Tomorrow the Palace will host auditions of 25 Musikene students who will be eligible for the two Igartza scholarships

Laia Barberá, with the harp, was the winner of the scholarship in 2020. / JUANTXO

They are from different parts of the State, from Colombia, Belarus, Panama and Chile and will offer mini-concerts, open to all interested, with various instruments

The annual program of the Igartza Musika cycle dedicates a day to the most outstanding students of the Musikene Higher Music Center of the Basque Country, to whom it offers the opportunity to apply for the Igartza scholarship in its two modalities of Higher Degree and Master.

Tomorrow there will be 25 students who will compete for these two awards, the prize of which is of significant financial value. They are all students of the music center located in Donostia, which has great international prestige.

The balconied courtyard of the palace will once again be a mini-concert hall, with performances by Musikene students on instruments such as the piano, the guitar or the accordion. The harp, violin, clarinet, flute, trumpet, saxophone, bassoon and double bass will also be present.

Open auditions

Its auditions of approximately 15 minutes, open to the public, which will begin at 9 in the morning, until 2:10 p.m. and in the afternoon from 4:00 p.m. to 7:40 p.m. After deliberation by the jury, the awards ceremony will take place around 8:45 p.m.

The 25 students who study at Musikene come from parts of the Basque Country (Gasteiz, Irun, Donostia), different parts of the state such as Valladolid, Zaragoza, Cantabria, Valencia, Lugo, Jaén, Zaragoza, Iruña or Alicante as well as Belarus, Chile, Panama or Colombia.


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